It isn’t every day we see Apple’s tracker get these price cuts, no matter how small they are. If you fancy keeping tabs on your items, don’t miss out on this bundle of deals. Apple’s tracking device, the AirTag, does a good job of playing lost and found by using a combination of Bluetooth and Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) Fancy getting four instead? Now $14 off, you can grab four of Apple’s tracking devices to make sure all your items never get lost. Instead of slipping an AirTag into a bag, why not get a key ring and attach it to virtually anything? Apple’s AirTag cases can be pricey, but this discount makes them more than worth it.
For $84 you may purchase a pack of four AirTags and a leather keychain. Amazon Prime Day price reductions extend to Apple’s useful AirTag as well, with the tracker receiving a 5 percent discount, a pack of four now $14 off, and much more! Right now, the AirTag is only $27 (opens in new tab), a four-pack is only $84 (opens in new tab), and a nice Leather Key Ring case is only $19 (opens in new tab), which is a significant discount from its previous price of $35.
Apple’s AirTag is small and lightweight and works well whether your lost item is somewhere close in the house or waiting for you to return to the coffee shop. It’s all thanks to the help of the wider Apple community. In our Apple AirTag review, we said it stands out as an excellent first effort. Small, lightweight, and attractively designed, the AirTags not only help locate lost things nearby or over a long distance, but the Ultra-Wide Band technology makes it easy, precise, and a little fun.
With a Master’s degree in Magazine Journalism from The University of Sheffield, along with short stints at Kerrang! and Exposed Magazine, Darragh started his career writing about the tech industry at Time Out Dubai and ShortList Dubai, covering everything from the latest iPhone models and Huawei laptops to massive Esports events in the Middle East. Now, he can be found proudly diving into gaming, gadgets, and letting readers know the joys of docking stations for Laptop Mag.
Its IP67 rating means it can stand up to dust, rain, and the occasional swim. And as is the case with other Apple products, the company put a lot of effort into the software, which not only shows lost items on a map but can also garner the help of crowds to anonymously find tagged items. Darragh Murphy is fascinated by all things bizarre, which usually leads to assorted coverage varying from washing machines designed for AirPods to the mischievous world of cyberattacks. Whether it’s connecting Scar from The Lion King to two-factor authentication or turning his love for gadgets into a fabricated rap battle from 8 Mile, he believes there’s always a quirky spin to be made.